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Transgressive Resources: Transgender And Gender-Nonconforming Students In The California State University System, Bucket Manyweather Dec 2017

Transgressive Resources: Transgender And Gender-Nonconforming Students In The California State University System, Bucket Manyweather

Bucket Manyweather

According to Forecasting Agencies, Generation Z, who were born from the mid-90’s to 
the early 2000’s are more likely to view gender as a spectrum and identify outside of the male
female binary. Colleges and Universities are beginning to reflect the diversity of gender through 
institutional, social, and curricular resources that are geared transgender and gender non
conforming students (T/GNC). I conduct a document analysis to get a full idea of the resources a 
for T/GNC students on each of the 23 campuses, then I provide background and a holistic 
literature review based off common themes ...


Ethnic Minority – The Savior Of Schools?, Kui-Pui Chan Jul 2013

Ethnic Minority – The Savior Of Schools?, Kui-Pui Chan

Department of Education Studies Conference Paper

Many secondary schools face critical enrolment situation because of the drastic drop in birth rate more than a decade ago, it is expected that 5000 less secondary school places are needed each year. Many schools look on ethnic minorities as saviors so as to avoid school closure.

More than 13 years of experience working for ethnic minority in Hong Kong, Dr Chan Kui Pui transformed a Chinese medium secondary school to one of the first “designated”(1) schools now admitting more than 800 students of South Asian ethnicities. He also became the principal of a “closing”(2) primary school and ...